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Salazar concedes hard-fought race graciously

By Staff

U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., told supporters Wednesday he was going to go home to his ranch in southern Colorado after a narrow loss to Republican challenger Scott Tipton. Salazar, D-Colo., conceded the election in a call to Tipton on ...


Curry, Wilson await Dist. 61 vote count after Republican Korkowski concedes

By Charles Ashby

One of the Colorado House races still to be decided has been reduced to two candidates. That’s because Luke Korkowski, the Republican in the race to win House District 61, conceded Wednesday. The Crested Butte attorney, however, ...


Getting It Right, Nov. 4, 2010

By Staff

An election roundup graphic on Wednesday’s Page One transposed the votes for the defeated Amendment 62, which would have applied the term “person” from the beginning of biological development. The correct votes were 1,027,852 ...


Glade Park school needs votes for $250K grant

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Glade Park Community School has a shot at $250,000 as a finalist in the Pepsi Refresh Project grant program. The school is competing against more than 300 other groups this month for money to build a new, permanent school building to replace ...


Feuding sides to meet today

By Staff

The Montrose County Commission is to meet this morning to approve an agreement with the Montrose Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees that would lead to a settlement of the groups’ feud over operation of the hospital. Both sides have ...


Death notices, Nov. 4, 2010

By Staff

James Clark, 64, Clifton, died Oct. 30, 2010. Services will be at 10 a.m. today at Orchard Mesa Cemetery. Mr. Clark was a retired woodworker. Survivors include one son, Jason of Chandler, Ariz., two stepsons, Colby Olford of Collbran and ...


Bennet wins Senate cliffhanger

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U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., will begin his second term in the Senate with an unblemished electoral record. Bennet, appointed in 2009 to the Senate by Gov. Bill Ritter when Ken Salazar was appointed secretary of the interior, had never ...


Republicans appear to hold slim majority in Colorado House

By Charles Ashby

It’s still possible it won’t happen, but the Republican Party appears to have won a majority in the Colorado House, if only by a slim margin. While Democrats await the final results in three House races, the GOP already declared ...


RMAC Preseason Basketball Rankings, Wednesday, Oct. 3

By Staff

RMAC Preseason Rankings First-place votes in parenthesis Men School Pts RMAC OA Fort Lewis (9) 17 13-6 19-9 Metro State (4) 24 14-5 24-7 Colorado Mines (1) 34 14-5 17-12 Mesa State 64 16-3 23-6 Nebraska-Kearney 73 8-11 13-14 N.M. ...


Mesa State Soccer Result, RMAC Tournament glance, Wed. Oct. 3

By Staff

RMAC Tournament Men Wednesday’s Games Metro State 2, Mesa State 0 Regis 6, CSU-Pueblo 2 Friday’s Semifinals At Colorado School of Mines, Golden Metro State vs. Colorado Mines, 11 a.m. Regis vs. Fort Lewis, 2:30 ...


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